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Show your Commitment to Bright Futures for Children

We build corporate partnerships based on shared values to advance the goals of both organizations.

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Customized Partnerships

Our corporate partnerships provide the opportunity to design custom campaigns that align with your company’s values and philanthropic priorities.

Clarke works hand-in-hand with corporate supporters to identify areas of philanthropic alignment, and to publicly recognize the significance of our partners’ generosity. Together, we are impacting the lives of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. 

Companies can champion support through sponsorships, challenge match campaigns, cause marketing, employee engagement, workplace giving and general philanthropy. We are uniquely positioned to convene corporate and industry leaders worldwide and provide access to a diverse, engaged constituent base.

Join us today in showing these children and their families how much their success matters to us.

For more information about these opportunities, or for information about building a customized program, contact the Clarke Development Office at 413.584.3450 or development@clarkeschools.org

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